In his article National Voucher Plans in Chile and Sweden, Stanford's Martin Carnoy attests that despite the equal opportunity vouchers, Less-educated families are less able to search out and use information on the quality of educational alternatives... Because wealthier parents transport their children to a wider range of schools locations, the same voucher for all means more restricted access for the poor.
council on hemispheric affairs | www.coha.org | vol. 28, no. 17 | 14 August 2008 Washington Report on the Hemisphere The Biweekly Source for Western Hemispheric News, Analysis, and Opinion The Failings of Chile’s Education System:
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